Although sous vide equipment manufacturers continue to innovate, the initial investment for a home setup will typically cost a few hundred dollars, at a minimum. To get started cooking sous vide, most home chefs will need an immersion circulator, a vacuum-sealer, and sous vide–safe pouches. This week, online retailer Amazon has reduced prices on sous vide equipment—from immersion circulators to vacuum sealers—for their two-day Prime Day this July 15–16. Jump in to sous vide cooking at home with these deals on immersion circulators.
Anova Precision Cooker Nano ($64.35): Already the most affordable option of Anova’s immersion circulators, the Nano—normally listed for $99—is even more of a steal right now. The device offers 750 watts of power and heats accurately within 0.2˚F (0.1˚C). Buy here.
Joule by ChefSteps ($125.30 and $139.30): Both colors of the Joule are marked down by $50 or more. Normally sold for $199, the stainless steel Joule is listed for $139.30, and the white polycarbonate model is marked down to $125.30 from $179. The circulators offer 1100 watts and accurate heating within 0.2°F (0.1°C). Read more and buy here.
Instant Pot Accu Slim Sous Vide Immersion Circulator ($54.99): Save about $25 on this circulator from the makers of the hit Instant Pot pressure cookers. Temperatures on the 800-watt device can be controlled within 1°F (0.1°C). Read more and buy here.
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